Latin Boy Names

Abrahamus

Latin form of Abraham, meaning father of a multitude

Acacius

Latin form of Greek Akakios, meaning not evil

Achaicus

Latin biblical name derived from Greek Achaikos, meaning from Achaia This is the name of a Christian who, together with Fortunatus and Stephanas, carried a letter from the Corinthians to Paul and back again.

Achilles

Latin form of Greek Achilleus, myth name of the greatest of Greek heroes who fought the Trojans. Known for being the most handsome and the fleetest of foot at Troy, and for his love for his friend Patroclus. The name is said to mean either pain, or lipless

Adelphus

Latin form of German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Adeodatus

Ancient Roman Latin name meaning given to God

Adolphus

Latin form of Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Aegidius

Late Latin form of Greek Aegidios, meaning kid, young goat

Aelia

From Roman Aelianus, meaning solar This name is part of a puzzling alchemical inscription (Aelia Laelia Crispus) supposedly found in Bologna, which some have theorized is a representation of two beings (Aelia and Laelia) who are united in a single subject, Crispus curly, with Aelia being solar from helios and Laelia being lunar, while Crispus, a combination of both, is the basic substance (obvoluta intricata) from which all life was made, thus curly, in reference to the hair of gossamer dryads which were said to be neither man nor woman but hermaphroditic. Compare with Caelia (f) and Caelius (m) heaven, and Aelianus/Laelianus sun

Aelianus

Roman family name, derived from Greek helios, meaning sun

Aemilianus

Latin name derived from Aemilius, meaning rival

Aemilius

Ancient Roman Latin name, meaning rival

Aeolos

Variant of Latin Aeolus, meaning nimble; quick-moving

Aeolus

Latin form of Greek Aiolos, myth name of the god of winds, meaning nimble; quick-moving

Aeschylus

Latin form of Greek Aischylos, meaning shame

Aetius

Roman name derived from the Greek word aetos, meaning eagle

Agapetus

Variant of Latin Agapitus, meaning beloved

Agapitus

Latin form of Greek Agapetos, meaning beloved

Agrippa

Latin biblical name of the Herod Agrippa of the New Testament who ordered the execution of the apostle James, and the imprisonment of Peter. The name is used as a feminine name in Russia, it is therefore a unisex name, meaning "wild horse."

Aiolus

Variant of Latin Aeolus, meaning nimble; quick-moving

Ajax

Mourner Latin form of Greek Aias, myth name of a hero of the Trojan war, second only to Achilles in strength and bravery. He was also known as Telamonian Ajax, Greater Ajax, and Ajax the Great.

Alair

Latin form of French Alaire, meaning joyful; happy

Alcaeus

Latin form of Greek Alkaios, meaning strength

Alcander

Latin name meaning strong

Alcinder

Variant of Latin Alcander, meaning strong

Alerio

Latin name derived from the word alario, meaning eagle

Alfonsus

Variant of Latin Alphonsus, meaning noble and ready

Alfonzus

Variant of Latin Alphonsus, meaning noble and ready

Almericus

Latin equivalent of German Almerich, meaning work-power

Aloisius

Variant of Latin Aloysius, meaning famous warrior

Aloys

Nickname for Latin Aloysius, meaning famous warrior

Aloysius

Latin name derived from French Louis, meaning famous warrior

Alphaeus

Latin biblical name of the fathers of James and Levi. It is the Latin form of Greek Alphaios, meaning changing

Alpheaus

Variant of Latin Alphaeus, meaning changing

Alpheus

Variant of Latin Alphaeus, meaning changing

Alphoeus

Variant of Latin Alphaeus, meaning changing

Alphonsus

Latin form of Alfonso, meaning noble and ready

Alphonzus

Variant of Latin Alphonsus, meaning noble and ready

Alured

Latin form of English Alfred, meaning elf counsel

Alva

Norwegian feminine form of Norse Alf, meaning "elf."

Alvah

Latin biblical name of a leader of the family of Esau, meaning white In Hebrew it is a transposed form of the word avla, meaning sin

Amadeus

To love God Roman Latin name used by Mozart as a pen name. It derives from the Latin elements amare to love and Deus God

Amandus

Roman name meaning "lovable," from Latin word amanda.

Amantius

Roman Latin name meaning loving

Amatus

Roman Latin name meaning beloved

Ambrosius

Latin name derived from Greek Ambrosios, meaning immortal

Americus

Latin name which ultimately derives from Old German Amaliricus, meaning work-power

Amery

Latin name meaning the loving one

Amor

Another name for the Roman god Cupid, meaning love

Amory

Variant of Latin Amery, meaning the loving one

Ampelius

Latin form of Greek Ampelios, meaning vine

Anacletus

Latin form of Greek Anakletos, meaning called back; invoked

Anastasius

Latin form of Greek Anastasios, itself from the word anastasis, meaning resurrection, having been derived from the elements ana up and stasis standing

Anastatius

Variant of Latin Anastasius, meaning resurrection

Anastius

Abbreviated form of Latin Anastasius, meaning resurrection

Anatolius

Latin form of Greek Anatolios, meaning east and sunrise

Androcles

Latin form of Greek Androkles, meaning glory of a man/warrior

Andronicus

Victory of a man/warrior Latin form of Greek Andronikos. Name of many Byzantine and Trebizond emperors.

Anencletus

Variant of Latin Anacletus, meaning called back; invoked

Angelus

Latin name derived from the Greek name Angelos, meaning angel, messenger

Anicetus

Latin form of Greek Aniketos, meaning unconquerable

Antigonus

Latin form of Greek Antigonos, meaning against the ancestor

Antipater

Latin form of Greek Antipatros. Some sources list this name as meaning like the father, others against the father, (from Greek anti like or against/counter, and pater father). Anti and anta have most often been used to form words and names containing the meaning against, counter, or opposed to as in anti-freeze, antagonist, Antarctica, and Antichrist, while ante has been used to insert the meaning before in words and phrases such as ante meridian and ante-bellum. The true meaning may be against the father

Antoninus

Roman name derived from older Roman Antonius, possibly meaning invaluable

Antonius

Roman Latin family name, possibly meaning invaluable

Appius

Praenomen of several Romans, including Appius Claudius Sabinus Inregillensis, the founder of the clan of Claudia. He was born Attius Clausus, and became consul of Rome in 495 BCE. According to Livy, in his History of Rome, Appius was harsh by nature, having an innate love of tyranny The clan name Appius/Attius may be related to the name of the eunuch god Attis, meaning Papa

Aquila

Roman biblical name meaning eagle In the New Testament, the apostle Paul stayed with Aquila and his wife Priscilla/Prisca.

Archelaus

Latin form of Greek Archelaos, meaning master of the people Biblical name of a son of Herod the Great.

Argus

Latin form of Greek myth name Argos, meaning shining

Aries

Latin name meaning ram In Greek mythology the ram of the Aries constellation is believed to represent the same ram whose golden fleece was the quest of Jason and the Argonauts.

Aristaeus

Latin form of Greek myth name Aristaios, meaning excellence

Aristarchus

Latin form of Greek Aristarchos, meaning excellent origin/source

Aristides

Latin form of Greek Aristeides, meaning excellence

Aristocles

Latin form of Greek Aristokles, meaning excellent glory

Aristotle

Latin form of Greek Aristoteles, meaning excellent purpose

Arminius

Army man Latin form of German Hermann. This name was borne by the Teutonic national leader Arminius the Cheruscan, mentioned by Tacitus.

Athanasius

Latin form of Greek Athanasios, meaning immortal

Atilius

Roman family name of unknown meaning.

Atticus

Roman name meaning from Attica

Attius

Roman name possibly related to the name of the eunuch god Attis, meaning Papa
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